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The Manga Library
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18,817
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6.6M
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Manga (漫画) are comics created in Japan, or by Japanese creators in the Japanese language, conforming to a style developed in Japan in the late 19th century. They have a long and complex pre-history in earlier Japanese art. In Japan, people of all ages read manga. The medium includes works in a broad range of genres: action-adventure, romance, sports and games, historical drama, comedy, science fiction and fantasy, mystery, suspense, detective, horror, sexuality, and business/commerce, among...
Dojinshi
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6,755
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753,067
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Dōjinshi ( 同人誌 , often transliterated doujinshi ) is the Japanese term for self-published works, usually magazines, Manga or novels. Dōjinshi are often the work of amateurs, though some professional artists participate as a way to publish material outside the regular industry. Dōjinshi are part of a wider category of dōjin including art collections, anime , hentai and games . Groups of dōjinshi artists refer to themselves as a sākuru ( サークル , circle ) . A number of such...
Game and Gamer Magazines
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9,055
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5.9M
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This is a collection of magazines and newsletters based around gaming of all sorts: Arcade games, Computer Games, Console Games, as well as Board Games, Role-Playing Games, and any other sort of related entertainment. This collection consists of dozens of magazine runs, digitized from fading piles of older magazines by an army of anonymous contributors. In some cases, quality is variant, due to the rareness of the issues. Special thanks and recognition are given to sites bombjack.org,...
The Magazine Rack
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149,397
ITEMS
79.4M
VIEWS
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The Magazine Rack is a collection of digitized magazines and monthly publications.
Super Play Magazine
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48
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46,457
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Super Play (スーパープレィ) was a British Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) magazine which ran from November 1992 to September 1996. Super Play covered in great detail the role-playing video game genre. Many of these games were never released officially in the UK or European games market, and therefore the magazine concentrated much effort in covering aspects of the American, and moreover the Japanese games markets. It also featured in-depth, intelligent and passionate coverage...
Official Sega Saturn Magazine
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37
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47,206
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Sega Saturn Magazine was a monthly UK magazine dedicated to the Sega Saturn. It held the official Saturn magazine license for the UK, and as such some issues included a demo CD created by Sega, called Sega Flash, which included playable games and game footage. The last issue was Issue 37, Nov 1998. Sega Saturn Magazine was originally known as Sega Magazine which launched in 1994 and covered the Sega consoles available at the time, including the Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive, Sega Mega-CD,...
Aktueller Software Markt
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106
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300,628
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Aktueller Software Markt (literally Current Software Market), commonly known by its acronym, ASM, was a German multi-platform video game magazine that was published by Tronic Verlag from 1986 until 1995. It was one of the first magazines published in Germany focused on video games, though the very first issues of ASM covered the software market in general for almost all platforms at this time, hence the magazine's full name. According to the magazine itself, it was the first computer software...
Compute! Gazette (1983-1990)
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87
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376,462
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From Wikipedia: COMPUTE!'s Gazette (ISSN 0737-3716) was a computer magazine of the 1980s, directed at users of Commodore's 8-bit home computers. Publishing its first issue in July 1983, the Gazette was a Commodore-only daughter magazine of the computer hobbyist magazine COMPUTE!. An example of MLX type-in program code as printed in COMPUTE!'s Gazette. COMPUTE!'s Gazette contained both standard articles and type-in programs. Many of these programs were quite sophisticated and lengthy. To assist...
Topics: Commodore, Compute Gazette, Magazine
Computer Magazine Rack
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326
ITEMS
409,947
VIEWS
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This collection consists of a variety of magazines, digitized from a number of sources, that do not have a comprehensive and non-comprehensive collection available.
CD-ROM Software Library
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15,886
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17.4M
VIEWS
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This is a wide and variant collection of CD-ROM based software, that is, software that came on a CD-ROM for installation on computers, or played in consoles. Ranging from applications and games to gatherings of public-domain software or clip art, the heyday of the CD-ROM is roughly 1989 to 2001. In all cases, the capacity of the CD-ROM stayed steady at 640-700mb a side, although some used tricks to claim they had more (due to compression, or adding up both sides of two-sided CD-ROMs). Most are...
The C64-Gamevideoarchive
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337
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844,849
VIEWS
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This collection showcases games playthroughs from the classic Commodore 64 computer, charting its evolution chronologically, with in-depth videos of the games being played. This collection is a work in progress and will be updated periodically.
Electronics Manuals
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4,688
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990,857
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This is a collection of manuals related to electronics, electronic parts, and various electronic components.
Apple II Library: The 4am Collection
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2,051
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989,470
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A collection of historical software for Apple II computers from the 1980s and early 1990s. Each item was originally copy protected (i.e. the original floppy disk could not be copied to another floppy disk), but the copy protection has been removed and documented. Most items also include a "work disk" comprising the intermediate files created during the deprotection. To send feedback, ask questions, or get notified of new releases, follow @a2_4am on Twitter.
Compute! Magazine Archive
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168
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934,468
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From Wikipedia: Compute! (ISSN 0194-357X) was an American computer magazine that was published from 1979 to 1994, though it can trace its origin to 1978 in Len Lindsay's PET Gazette, one of the first magazines for the Commodore PET computer. In its 1980s heyday Compute! covered all major platforms, and several single-platform spinoffs of the magazine were launched. The most successful of these was Compute!'s Gazette, catering to Commodore computer users. The magazine's original goal was to...
Software Library: MS-DOS Showcase
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18
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482,050
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This collection is a hand-picked set of selections from the MS-DOS Software Library of the Internet Archive. They've been chosen because they represent major parts of the MS-DOS story, because they are particularly impressive, and because they're fun. The intention is to eventually link these games to manuals and other materials as time goes on. Curation was done by Jason Scott, Internet Archive's Software Librarian. He can be reached at jscott@archive.org with suggestion, questions and...
Computer Game Manuals
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1,499
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577,491
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Manuals for all manner of game software.
Software Library: C64: Games
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17,740
ITEMS
691,214
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Description Forthcoming
Amiga Computing Magazine
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228
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548,610
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Amiga Computing (UK Edition) issues 1-127 (June 1988 - October 1997) Amiga Computing was a long-lived and respected magazine published initially by Europress, and later IDG, covering most aspects of the Amiga; although games were covered, the focus was on more serious subjects. Like most Amiga magazines, the page count peaked in the early-mid 90's, before dropping dramatically later in the decade. Amiga Computer finally ceased publication in 1997; short-lived US and Greek editions only lasted a...
Nuts UK Magazine
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6
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504,568
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Nuts was a British lads' mag published weekly in the United Kingdom and sold every Tuesday. Nuts marketing campaign at its launch in 2004 used the slogan, "When You Really Need Something Funny". The magazine closed in April 2014. Nuts main rival magazine was Zoo Weekly, which is aimed at much the same demographic, 18-30 men, and contains similar content. However, since the start of the respective magazines, Nuts always outsold Zoo, with the sales figures for the later half of 2013...
Software Library: Macintosh
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143
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540,896
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A collection of emulated software for the early Macintosh computer, created by Apple as the successor to the Apple II series. Simple, powerful and a new path in computing, the Macintosh's graphics-based operating system changed the face of computing permanently.
Videogame Footage
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205
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508,049
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Miscellaneous videogame-related shows, lectures, films, in-game and live footage of various useful and historical kinds. This collection includes: Game-related Video News Releases (VNRs) and Electronic Press Kits (EPKs) that were originally submitted to the Computer Chronicles television series and are generally offered to the broadcast media for unlimited use with no restrictions. The Consolevania series of online videogame shows. The videogame-based show Pure Pwnage Press event and other...
Manga Novelizations
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945
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817,670
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The Apple II Library: Games
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2,937
ITEMS
610,149
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Games and entertainment software for the Apple II. The Internet Archive Software Library is a large collection of viewable and executable software titles, ranging from commercially released products to public domain and hobbyist programs. Using the JSMESS emulator, users can "boot up" an emulation of the given title and use it in their browser. More titles are added frequently, and users are encouraged to donate newly found floppy disk images and programs.
Software Library: C64
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38,520
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1.1M
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The Commodore 64, also known as the C64 or the CBM 64, is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International (first shown at the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, January 7–10, 1982). It has been listed in the Guinness World Records as the highest-selling single computer model of all time, with independent estimates placing the number sold between 10 and 17 million units. Volume production started in early 1982, marketing in August for US$595 (equivalent to...
Let's Play
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356
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1.2M
VIEWS
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Let's Play is a collection of videogame playthroughs with commentary (either text or audio). Let's Play videos show the videogame being played while the player talks about what he is doing in real time commentary (sometimes just with text). Generally the playthroughs are spread over several segments of play (varying in time). Rarely some action is done "off screen" or speeded up to not get too repetitive, but in most cases the playthrough is a complete run of the game including all...
ARCHIVE.ORG Console Library: Atari 7800
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73
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1.9M
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Originally released in June 1984, the Atari 7800 was the successor to Atari's 5200. A victim of unfortunate timing, the 7800 was released shortly before the great video game crash of 1983. Re-launched by Atari in 1986 as a competitor to the Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Master System, the Atari 7800 was backwards compatible with original Atari 2600 titles. In 2009, IGN chose the 7800 to be their 17th best video game console of all time. They justified this relatively low ranking...
Topics: Atari 7800, Console, Atari, 7800
Software Library: Windows 3.x
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1,999
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2M
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Windows 3.1x (codenamed Janus) is a series of 16-bit operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers. The series began with Windows 3.1, which was first sold during April 1992 as a successor to Windows 3.0. Subsequent versions were released between 1992 and 1994 until the series was superseded by Windows 95. During its lifespan, Windows 3.1 introduced several enhancements to the still MS-DOS-based platform, including improved system stability, expanded support for...
CD-ROM Images
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9,037
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3.9M
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by Various
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These are images of CD-ROM software that do not have any other major documentation or scans. While they may have useful information, some effort will be required to extract the data.
The Software Library: MS-DOS
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16,495
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44M
VIEWS
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MS-DOS (/ˌɛmɛsˈdɒs/ em-es-doss; short for Microsoft Disk Operating System) is an operating system for x86-based personal computers mostly developed by Microsoft. It was the most commonly used member of the DOS family of operating systems, and was the main operating system for IBM PC compatible personal computers during the 1980s to the mid-1990s. IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING ANY ISSUES WITH RUNNING THESE PROGRAMS, PLEASE READ THE FAQ. Thanks to eXo for contributions and assistance with this...
Speed Runs
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4,246
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96.9M
VIEWS
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Speed running (trying to complete a videogame in the fastest time possible) is almost as old as gaming itself. At least, it's almost as old as games that have a definite end point or staging points, since speedrunning a game with infinitely repeating levels is Sisyphean. This collection hosts downloadable movie files documenting the swiftest possible way to complete videogames such as Quake, Metroid, Zelda and many others. The videos come from Speed Demos Archive , TASvideos , and other...
Topic: video games